Color it Clean
- Publication date
- Public Domain
- Digitizing sponsor
- Building Operations, University of Illinois, Urbana Campus
Shows the detailed steps necessary to achieve a high standard of cleanliness in a public restroom and presents the opinions, attitudes and personal feelings of the men who do the job.
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- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
- Closed captioning
- United States
- Run time
Subject: Very Effective Film
This is a gem.
Subject: One of the best Rifftrax shorts
Subject: Color Me Entertained
The guy shown doing the cleaning in this film (Hance Nelson) was almost 50 when this film was made (he died in 2008 at age 90). He looks pretty darn young and fit for that age.
Subject: great film
Subject: Engaging film....
A bit o' trivia--as for the strange music used as the theme for this film, that tune is none other than "Stratusphunk" from the legendary Gil Evans Orchestra....! It's on their 1960 album "Out Of The Cool", one of the best jazz albums recorded, IMO...
Subject: Keep 'Em Working....
Subject: I'm fascinasted
We need more people in this world willing to do whatever job they happen to be doing to the best of their ability. This film reminded me of how far we've slipped.
Subject: "Color It Clean" drags
Subject: great surrealistic masterpiece
Subject: An uncharted area in the world of ephemeral film
Subject: Where Sparkling Clean Restrooms Come From
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: N/A. Weirdness: ****. Historical Interest: *****. Overall Rating: ****.
Double your pleasure: Mute the sound and play Jerry Goldsmith's score from the movie "Coma" -- I did this once at a party; it turns a horrible film into the hysterical horror film, "Blood on the Tiles".
Subject: The janitors who clean up after the ppl who wrote Mosaic
A bit boring at times, but still - it's amazing to hear what the janitors have to say about their job.
Some of the props are a bit strange - the soap dispenser, the cart with that logo on it, and the CLOTH towels.
The chock under the door and dustpan scenes are the best, IMO.
PS. The music at the start is a bit strange...
Subject: A sense of pride about plunging.
Subject: my thought exactly
Subject: Martha Stewart would be proud!
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